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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

How we lose the morals war

The problem with conservatism is that many Republicans aren't in the club. I'm sorry if I offend those of you who claim to be Republicans.

This is probably the third article I've written on this subject but the RINO (Republican in Name Only) issue comes up frequently.

Dick Morris has taken it upon himself to represent moderates from both parties by bringing Condoleezza Rice to the forefront as a possible candidate for president in a race against Hillary. The problem is, Mrs. Rice may be a Republican, but she's not a conservative.

One of the best examples is Arlen Specter. It's hard to believe there would be a Republican in office who would want to make sure that the right to kill our children through abortion is protected by Roe vs Wade. There are plenty of people like him in that camp though.

Rudolph Giuliani
George Pataki
Condoleezza Rice
Laura Bush
Arnonld Schwarznegger
President Bush (current)

What do these people have in common? All of them support Roe vs Wade and the right to have an abortion. Mr's Bush even said:

"No, I don't think it should be overturned," Mrs. Bush told NBC's "Today Show" when asked about the high court's decision, Roe vs. Wade.

The only one who hasn't come right out with a public statement that Roe shouldn't be overturned is President Bush but he certainly hasn't been a very strong proLife president. He even made this statement in 2003:

"I don't think the culture has changed to the extent that the American people or the Congress would totally ban abortions,"

We didn't elect him to the office of president to read tea leaves and see where America stands on the issue of abortion. We elected him to lead our country and do what leaders are supposed to do with injustices like civil rights violations and abortion, namely take up a position against them and do everything within their power to stop them!

The first question a Republican should be asked is "Do you believe Roe vs Wade was a bad law and should be overturned?". There are plenty of other issues where so many Republicans today are "morally liberal", but abortion is the main one in my opinion.

So many Republicans today are "fiscally conservative, morally liberal". I would rather have it the other way around.

When money is more important than morals, our leaders will look for ways to end our lives sooner to avoid the cost of keeping us alive. When money is more important than morals, babies will be selected based on "viability" to avoid hospital expenses. Do you want an insurance company to determine the life and death of you or your family?

This is not far-fetched conspiracy theory.

> The March of Dimes came under fire for trying to reduce the number of birth defects by encouraging abortion.
> Doctors around the country already recommend abortion for children they believe may have birth defects.
> Embryonic stem cell research, currently funded to the tune of billions of dollars in America, kills human beings in order to learn how to use unborn humans for possible cures.
> In Europe, countries have passed laws allowing the murder of children and toddlers whom they believe have incurable ailments. Children up to 12 years old are allowed to commit suicide.

We don't want to lose the morals war. It is literally a matter of life and death!

Help end abortion and join us in the Monthly Call for Life at It shouldn't matter who is in office. Vote for proLifers, but don't let it end there. It's been 32 years and still 4,000 people a day die by abortion.

Help us let our representatives know we are ready for Roe vs Wade to be overturned. We will end abortion through our proLife efforts.

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